Because of frequent , often daily exposure to wastewater this course is essential for engineers and operators of wastewater treatment plants in order to know the types of wastes inside wastewater treatment plants, its characteristics and ways to handle it and then ways to get rid of it , operators will be informed about waste sources , quantities and regulations for reuse and disposal , many aerobic and anaerobic techniques will be discussed like composting , conditioning , dewatering , heat drying and anaerobic digestion. In each one design and operation, details will be discussed with real case studies to enrich participant’s experiences. Also, biological hazards (bacteria, virus, and micro-organisms ) in wastewater treatment plants will be discussed to give the participants the know how to protect himself and how to prevent any infection from the spread on site.
Explain the types of hazards waste, its characteristics, and quantities
Explain the method of handling hazards waste
Explain the flocs and its characteristics
Explain the types of toxicity of bacterial population in wastewater treatment plants
Understand the significance of recycling, reuse, and reclamation of solid wastes
Who Should Attend?
This course will be of interest to those wishing to understand the principles and techniques of solid waste management, including the legislative, environmental, technical, economic and social drivers.
Solid of wastewater :
Identifying and predicting hazards
Characteristics, and quantities of solids
Sources of waste and hazards in wastewater treatment plants
Regulations for the reuse and disposal of solids
Wastewater treatment plant hazards :
Waste of Liquid process
Waste of Wet and dry wells
Waste of Biological treatment process
Waste of chlorination units
Emissions from incineration
Solids handling and processing :
Chemical use ( chemical stabilization & polymer & lime & acids )
Anaerobic and aerobic digestion (composting, conditioning )
Dewatering ( drying beds & centrifuges and belt press )
Heat drying, composting and incineration
Hazards specific to the sewer collection system:
Manholes, valves, and gravity sewers
Biological Hazards at wastewater :
Bacteria (salmonella, shigella, vibrio .. etc )
Virus ( hepatitis A, Norwalk Virus, adenovirus .. etc )
Preventing the Hazard
Hazards of the Macro organism in wastewater and sludge
How infections can spread
How to prevent infections
First aid procedure in Wastewater treatment plants
Reuse and recycling
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